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“We should be delivering the opportunity for people to feel at ease with the spaces they pass through and reside in each and every day, whether built or not. Designers must envision those spaces and provide the environment for enrichment and emotional satisfaction. It’s my job to ensure our team strives toward that goal every day.”
At a very young age, Eric knew that he wanted to leave a lasting impression on society — something people could touch and feel, that would be there awhile, made of bricks and mortar. It wasn’t until a pre-college architecture program at Carnegie Mellon University that Eric’s mind was opened to another dimension beyond the physical structure: that buildings evoke emotion and create pathways to experiences and memories, lending more significance to design than he previously thought possible.
For Eric and his clients, architecture is about building memories for people, one experience at a time. It’s about looking beyond the daily labors of the profession and truly envisioning the memories people desire. How would we feel? What would our families want? Why would we want to be there? Eric’s job is to ensure that he walks in the shoes of not just our clients but in their clients’ shoes as well.
Registered Architect: Louisiana
U.S. Green Building Council LEED Green Associate
Bachelor of Architecture, Tulane University
Master of Architecture, Tulane University
Did you know?
From growing up in Baltimore and his college days in New Orleans to the present day living in Florida, Eric has always found himself surrounded by seafood. When he’s not at work, you can find him fishing with his wife and two boys or snorkeling the Gulf Coast of Florida hunting for bay scallops.